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After several volumes had been issued, the publishers renumbered the set in order of original composition; the earlier volumes have been changed to correspond with the later arrangement
v.1. The birth of tragedy, tr. by W. A. Haussmann. 1909 -- v.2 Early Greek philosophy & other essays, tr. by Maximillian A. Mügge. 1911. -- v.3. On the future of our educational institutions; Homer and classical philology; tr. by J. M. Kennedy. 1909. -- v.4-5. Thoughts out of season, tr. by A. M. Ludovici and Adrian Collins. 1910, 1909. -- v.6-7. Human, all-too-human, tr. by Helen Zimmern and Paul V. Cohn. 1900-1911. -- v.8. The case of Wagner, Nietzsche contra Wagner; Selected aphorisms; tr. by A. M. Ludovici. 3d ed. We philologists, tr. by J. M. Kennedy. 1911. -- v.9. The dawn of day, tr. by J. M. Kennedy. 1911. -- v.10. The joyful wisdom, tr. by Thomas Common [etc.] 1910. -- v.11. Thus spake Zarathustra, tr. by Thomas Common. 1909 -- v.12. Beyond good and evil, tr. by Helen Zimmern. 1909. -- v.13. The genealogy of morals, tr. by H. B. Samuel. Peoples and countries. 1910. -- v.14-15. The will to power, tr. by A. M. Ludovici. 1909-1910. -- v.16. The twilight of idols, tr. by A. M. Ludovici. 1911. -- v.17. Ecce homo and poems, tr. by A. M. Ludovici. 1911. -- v.18. Index to Nietzsche, comp. by Robert Guppy. Vocabulary of foreign quotations occurring in the works of Nietzsche, tr. by P. V. Cohn, with an introductory essay: The Nietzsche movement in England (a retrospect - a confession - a prospect) by Dr. Oscar Levy. 1913